Since the advent of Google, in conjunction with smart phone technology, it is no longer reasonable to aspire to be the smartest person in the room. Of course, it was never wise to be a “know it all.” But nowadays, it’s just too easy to pull up information that will completely refute one person’s attempts to come off as the smartest kid in class. Instead, the wise thing to do is to invite other people to share their unique insights and contribute to the collective pool of knowledge on a particular subject. This is a super valuable lesson I am learning with my good brother, Osafirole Fanikanse. Over the years, I have seen the way he makes it a point to highlight the everyday experts in his circle of influence. In addition, he consistently demonstrates how it’s even better to create opportunities for these individuals to earn their share of praise and recognition. In other words, adopt the “Each one teach one” model.
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